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My Everlasting Friend 



Copyright, 1543, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "New Songs Supreme" Ellis Short, Jr. 



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1. My heart re-sounds with joy thatnoth-ing can an-noy, 

2. He fills my wea - ry breast with per - feet peace and rest, For Je - sua 

3. When life on earth is past, He'll take me home at last, 



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My sins are washed a - way, I'm 

He whis-pers words of cheer when 

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sing-ing night and day, 

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My ev - er-last-ing Friend on Him I can de-pend, Yes, Je - sus is my 



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For Radio, Convention and Wherever New Special •"% . 

Songs Are Needed * 

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J. R. Baxter, Jr. 
Luther G. Presley 
W. Lee Higgins 
W. A. McKinney 
Dwight Brock 
B. B. Edmiaston 
Robt. E. Arnold 
W. Allan Sims 
John L. Shrader 
Lonnie B. Combs 
Walter Rippetoe 
E. D. Culpepper 



AUTHORS: 

V. O. Fossett 
Albert E. Brumley 
L. D. Huffstutler 
Emmett S. Dean 
Thos. J. Farris 
Marion W. Easterling 
Ernest Rippetoe 
W. M. DeVaughan 
Wilbur Wilson 
Walter E. Howell 
Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough 
Claud H. Center 



Frank H. Stamps 
Eugene Wright 
J. B. Coats 
W. W. Combs 
G. T. Speer 
P. B. Shaw 
L. L. Eads 
J. E. Roane 
A. H. Purcell 
Palmer Wheeler 
Royce Rippetoe 
Chas. R. Woods 



Made in U. S. A. 

Price: 

50 cents a copy; $2.00 for five copies 



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STAMPS-BAXTER MUSIC AND PRINTING COMPANY 
Dallas, Texas — Pangburn, Arkansas — Chattanooga, Term. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Company 



No. 1-A 



On the Glory Line 




Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. Roy L. Stanley in "New Songs Supreme" Rev. Roy L. Stanley 

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1. 1 am press-ing on-ward with the King of kings, Ev -er trust - ing love di- 

2. With my faith in Je-sus and His love so true, Looking to the home a- 

3. I shall meet my friends around the great white throne, At the end-ing of earth's 




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vine; Sweet-ly sing - ing prais - es as the joy - bells ring, I am 

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He will safe - ly keep me and will guide me thru, To the 
Share with them the rap - ture of the Sav - ior's own, While the 



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on the glo - ry line, 
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I am sing-ing love of love di - vine; 

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loy - al, with the Lead-er roy-al, I am on the glo - ry line. 

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No. 1 



Keep in Harmony with God 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "New Songs Supreme" J. R. Baxter, Jr. 



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1. Let your cheer-ful song ech - o all day long, While the up-ward way you 

2. When the path is drear, uev-er doubt nor fear, He will com-fort with His 

3. When the cold winds blow.bringing grief or woe And the snow is on the 



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plod; Make each dreary mile brighter with your smile, 

rod; What-so - e'er be-tide, He will guard and guide, Keep in har-mo-ny with 

sod; In the dark-est place, He be-stows His grace, 
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God. Keep in har - mo - ny, keep in har - mo - ny, Seek the 
har-mo - ny with God, har - mo-ny with God, 

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loy - al heart, Keep in har -mo-ny with God. 

true and loy - al your liv - ing God . 



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The Gross On the Hill 



Copyright, 1940, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Herbert Buff am in "Pearly Gates" Virgil 0. Stamps 



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1. In the days long a - go, there in an-guish and woe, There were 

2. There were cross- es on plains with their quo- ta of pains, Man - y 

3. Just a slight roll - ing hill, with a task to ful - fill, And a 




those whose ap- peal had been lost; And stern jus- tice de-creed they must 
vie - tiras re-mained there un - til Gone eachquiv-er - ing breath,but no 
plain, com-mou cross from a tree; But they're eachglo - ri - fied thru the 

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die for their deed, So they put them to death on a cross. 

oth - er man's death Meant so much as that cross on the hill. 

God-man who died That the whole world from sin might go free. 



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No. 3 You Will Need Jesus Then 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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1. You may think that you need nothing here, nothing here, And re - fuse down be- 

2. Why go far-ther a - way from the Lord, from the Lord, Wand'ring deeper and 

3. He has called for your love ev - 'ry day, ev-'ry day, Cared for you where-so- 



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fore Christ to bow, hum-blybow; You will need Him some day, at the 
deep - er in sin, shame and sin? At the set of earth's sun, when your 
ev - er you've been, where you've been; Turn from sin, do not wait till you're 

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end of the way, You will need Je - sus then, trust Him now, trust Him now. 
race here is run, You will need, you will want Je-sus then, with you then, 
called to your fate, Trust Him now and you will have Him then, with you then. 



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No. 4 When the Pearly Gates Shall Open for Me 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "New Songs Supreme" James Noble Moore 







1. In those man-sions bright a-bove, where there's glory light and love, With my 

2. All our sor- rows will be o'er, when we dwell for - ev - er more, In that 

3. In that ci - ty of pure gold, with its bliss and joy un - told, With my 

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Sav - ior I shall ev - er - more be, shall be; With the an 

home be - yond the beau - ti - ful sea, the sea; There is bliss be- 

Sav - ior I shall ev - .er-more be, shall be; In those man-sions 

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I shall sing in the pal - ace of the King, 

yond com -pare, not a bur -den nor a care, When the pearl - y gates 

of the blest there is ev - er - last - ing rest, 



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No. 5 Just Garry Your Burdens to Him 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "New Songs Supreme" Walter Rippetoe 







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1 . When trou-bled and bur-dened with life's heav-y load TheSav-ior is 

2. Al - tho the death an - gel has tak - en from you Some one who is 
3.0 bring all your bur -dens, I hear Je - sus say, And come un - to 



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will - ing to share; Don't give up the bat -tie, tho rough be the 
dear to your heart, The Sav - ior has guid - ed them safe - ly on 
me and find rest; Then trust in His prom-ise, to Him kneel and 

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road, Let Je- sus your bur -dens bear, 
thru, Where saved ones shall nev-er part, 
pray, Your soul shall be full - y blest. 



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I Will Never Forget My Dad 



In memory of my Dad, William S. Brumley 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co 
A. E. B. in "New Songs Supreme" Albert E. Brumley 





1. If I owned all the gold and the sil - ver, 

2. Take me back to my home in the mountains, 

3. There's a kind,smil-ing face in my mem-'ries 



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There's no place like my home in the mountains 
Ev - 'ry night, dear old dad- dy, I'm pray-ing 

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But I'll nev - er for-get my dad. 

And the smiles of my dear old dad. I will nev - er for-get my dad-dy, 

Just to be your lit - tie boy a - gain. 



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Jesus Loves Me 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. G. P. in "New Songs Supreme" Luther G. Presley 




1. The Lamb of God was cru - ci - fied To set the sin - ner free, 

2. In Jos - eph's tomb our Lord was laid, They tho't He there would stay; 

3. This foun-tain for earth's sin -ful throng Is gen - tly flow - ing by, 



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And now we have the cleans-ing tide That flows from Cal - va - ry. 
But an - gels came and un - a - fraid, They rolled the stone a - way. 
Ee - deem - ing love has been my song, And shall be till I die. 



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so rich and free; I know that Je - sus 



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The Name That Makes Men Tree 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" Wilbur Wilson 




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1. Once I was bound in sin and shame, Con-demned to mis - e - ry, 

2. No pow'r of earth could cleanse my soul, Or give me lib - er - ty; 

3. With joy I sing a - broad His fame, That all the world may see 



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But to the cross the Sav-ior came That men might be made free. 
The Christ a - lone could make me whole, He died to make men free. 
And share new life thru His great name, The name that makes men free. 

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Why Live Here In Sorrow? 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
D. N. S. in "New Songs Supreme" D.N. South 




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1. Why live here in sor - row that makes all life blue, Be -liev -ing de-lu-sions 

2. Why live here in tu - mult en - gen-dered by strife, Thus gath-er the thorns on 

3. Come,ban-ish your sad-ness, do not de - lay, Let Je - sus the Sav-ior 







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that nev-er come true; Why give way to sadness that turns bright skies gray, Why 
the path-way of life; Why rob day of sun-shine, augmenting the night, Why 
drive sor-row a-way;Come, en-ter the sun-light of mer-cy and love, He'll 



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dwell in the shad-ows a-way from the light? Why live here in sor-row, re- 
ban -ish the shad-ows with light from a-bove. 




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No. 10 Going Home 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
R. O.T. in "New Songs Supreme" Reual O. Thomas 



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1. As I press the way a - long I shall sing a joy - ful song, Try to 

2. In that land be-yond the sea I shall spend e - ter - ni - ty, If , I 

3. Come on friend and go with me we shall ev-er hap-py be, If we 



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help the lost to find the way; Life is rilled with much discord, I'll stay 

What a joy it is to know while I 
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tar - ry here be - low, 

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Yes, I am go - ing o-ver home some day, With my Re-deem-er I shall 

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Get Down On Your Knees 

SPIRITUAL 

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No. 12 The Final Exhortation 

Dedicated to all Gospel preachers— P. L. E. 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. 



F. L. Eiland 



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2. To thy soul's im-mor-tal int-'rest, to your int-'rest, Will you not T at 

3. There is dan-ger in de-lay-ing, in de-lay-ing, Un-ex-pect - ed, 

4. Hear the fi-ual ex - hor-ta-tion, ex-hor-ta-tion, Let it move thy 



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death may come, Leav-ing you, dear sin-ner, hope-less, lone and hope-less, 
soul with-in To se -cure this great sal-va- tion, great sal- va-tion-, 

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Of that joy, e - ter - nal home. 

And the life for God be - gin. 



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No. 13 



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I Am Coming Home 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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par - ents joined us in our play; In my mind I see them all, I 
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longed to share my own, And lam com-ing home to-day. 
hear each lov-ing call, And I am com-ing home to-day. 
more a - way to roam, I want to see them face to face. 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
H. R. in "New Songs Supreme" Hale Reeves 

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1. If for the dear Mas-ter some work you should do, Sing of glad-ness and 

2. Some-bod - y is burdened with sor - row and care, 

3. Be - mem-ber that love has put song in your life, of 

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We Shall Meet 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. All who be-lieve may safe - ly go, may go, Be free from sor-rows 

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all the saints His prais-es sing, shall sing. We shall meet up - on the gold-en 

will re - turn for me and you, and you. 



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No. 17 

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He Shows the Way 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "New Songs Supreme" Floyd Fiddler 



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1. Let us fol-low Je-sus for He shows to us the way, Trust-ing Him to 

2. There is just one way to go, no oth-er way is right, Faith and courage 

3. Showing us the right way is His ho - ly gos- pel plan, We must al-ways 



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lead us, we must work both night and day; Training our be - hav-ior, from the 
we must show if we would win the fight; He will stay close by us and will 
walk there-in and lend a help - ing hand; It is sure to lead us to the 
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No. 18 



We Gan Wear a Smile 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
H. G. R. in "New Songs Supreme" Henry 6. Riser 






1. We are hap-py serving Christ our King, As He walks be-side us ev- 'ry day; 

2. Here we have to fight against the wrong, And be brave too-ver-come our foes; 

3. Tho the clouds of sin may oft - en rise, And the shadows dark may cross our way, 

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In our hearts there rings the victor's song, And in Christ the Lord we find re-pose. 
To the heights a-bove we lift our eyes, Nothing shall our hope in Christ dismay. 



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No. 19 There's Sunlight Deep Down In My Soul 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley in "New Songs Supreme" W. J. Edwards 




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2. I'm glad that I trust - ed His won-der - ful grace That keeps me so 

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No. 20 We'll Rest At the End of the Trail 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "New Songs Supreme" Bill Brown 




1. Here on earth life is but a dark val - ley, Filled withtri-als and 

2. What a joy to know on that bright morning, When we've crossed o-ver 

3. When our mis-sion on earth here is fln-ished, And we're called to the 




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man - y a care; But in heav-en there'll be no mofe sor - rows, 

earth's great di - vide, We shall meet with our Sav - ior and loved ones, 

ci - ty a - bove, With the saints of all a - ges we'll meet Him, 

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When We Gather Home 



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2. All gone the sin and sad-ness, on - ly joy and glad-ness, When we 

3. The Lord of love will meet us, face to face He'll greet us," 



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In That Glad Land 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Let us press on-ward a - mid earth's care, The Lord will help us each 

3. He is pre-par-ing the home a - bove, E - ter - nal man-sions where 

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No. 23 Get a Little Heaven in Your Soul 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
C. H.C in "New Songs Supreme" Claud H. Center 

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2. If your cross is heav - y and hard to bear, Get a lit - tie 

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'Tis Homing Time 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. When my friends I meet, auld acquaintance greet, How my heart with joy does fill,, 

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It is sweet to know that some day we'll go To a place where comes no ill. 
With my garments white, spotless in His sight, I shall hear Christ say "Well done." 



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HomesiGk for Heaven 

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in "New Songs Supreme" L. D. Huffstutler 




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2.1 am home-sick to-night for the rap-ture Of that won-der-ful, 
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long - ing to see; Just a glimpse of the Christ in His beau - ty 




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No. 26 



Have I Done the Best I Gan? 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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love Him as I should and take Him as my guide?DoesHefind in me no 
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No. 28 



Take the Sky- Way 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. When the path is lone and drear, there is naught for us to fear, He doth 

3. Thru the wa -ters or the flood, thru the fur- nace or thru blood, Je - sus 

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faith - ful to the Lord's command; Trusting in our Sav-ior's love, press-ing 

guide us by His lov - ing hand; Je-sus points the on - ly way to the 

watch-es o'er His faith-ful band; We shall reach the gates of light, where there 

chos - en in His light to stand; We shall reach our home at last, when the 

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No. 29 There's a Light in the Valley 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



G. W. H. 



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2. When all a - bout me gross dark-ness ap-pears, And the path-way I 

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R.H. C. 



I'll be Moving to a Beautiful City 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



in "New Songs Supreme" 



Rev* R. H. Cunningham 







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2. I'll be mov-ing when the Sav-ior bids me lay down my burdens, When He 

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ceive that great summons, When it comes I'll be mov-ing up there, 
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No. 31 As I Stood By the Side of Her Bed 

Respectfully dedicated to Rev. D. J. Lyttle, Chocowinity, N. C. 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
M. W. E. in "New Songs Supreme" Marion W. Easterling 



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1. My heart was made sad, such sor - row I had, One morn - ing when 

2. To cross o'er the tide to life's oth - er side, She said there was 

3. I prom-ised that I would meet her on high, Where death's man-tie 




dear moth -er said; With life here I'm thru, I now must leave you As I 
noth-ing to dread; The an-gels have come to car - ry me home, As I 
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His Promises 



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2. His grace is suf - fi-cient, sup-ply-ing all need, He ten-der-Iy hears me 

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when to Him I plead; The One who on Calv'ry died for my deep shame, 
He'll guide me, I know; A - bid - ing in Je - sus,dark tempests pass by, 

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What a Glad Son& is Mine 



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2.1 shall know no trou- ble in that land of per-fect bliss, Nei-ther 

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He Prepares a Place 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. E. R. in "New Songs Supreme" Mrs. Earl Reynolds 






1. This world is so filled with sorrow and strife, Sometimes it seems we can not stand; 

2. "0 let not your hearts be troubled, "He said, Believe and trust Him day by day; 

3. We should at all times be read-y to go,For we know not when He shall come; 



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He goes to pre-pare a man-sion a-bove For all who trust Him ando-bey. 
So, let us with liv-ing faith press a-long Till He shall come to take us home. 



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2. Je - sus is staud-ing, He knocks at your door, Pleading ad - mis-sion as 

3. Je-sus the Sav-ior will be your best Friend, No One like Je-sus your 

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oft times be -fore, Joys of sal - va - tion He comes to re - store; 
soul can de - fend, Guard-ing and guid-ing till life's day shall end; 
now while you may, Lest He should turn from your spir - it a - way, 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg, Co. 
Eugene Wright in "New Songs Supreme" Ernest Williams 

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1. I am a hap - py pil - grim,trav-el - ing home, and Soon with the 

2. Je - sus pre -pared a shin - ing man-sion for me, there Up - on the 

3. I'll cross the mys-tic riv - er at set of sun, to Join in the 



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gold - en strand, on the gold - en strand; Where I shall meet my loved ones, 
cho - rus grand, in the cho - rus grand; I'll rest from all my la - bors, 

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heart will ev - er yearn, When all the boys come marching home to stay. 



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No. 41 



Tell the Story Again 



To my frieud, Brown Carter. E. M. B. 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley in "New Songs Supreme" E. M. Bay gents 

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mer - cy and love; Heav-en looked down thru its windows to see, Je 
prayed for His own; Won-der-ful love so a - bun-dant and free, Je 
aw - ful debt pay; There on the Cross, great-er love could not be, Je 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2. Man - y are bear-ing cross -es of toil and pain, 

3. Some one to -day is long-ing for words of love, But there is 

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2. In the name of sa-cred free- dom, Giv - ing help to dy-ing lands; 

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The Ghrist Arose 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Down a - mong the dead they sought the Liv-ing One, An -gels said* 'He's 

3. Love and mer - cy con-quered death, the last of foes, All who trust Him 







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ris - en, see, He is not here; "Broken is the seal of death, for- 
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e'er He goes, With as - sur - ance that from dan - gers we are free. 



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Know I'm Homeward Bound 



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2. Here I meet with tri - als and temp-ta-tions, Sor-row of t-en come my way, 

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SPIRITUAL 

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2. I'm so glad that I've been born a - gain, I'm so glad that 

3. Je - sus came and o-pened up the way, children, Je - sus came and 




found a hid - ing place, I'm so glad I've found a 

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2. Man - y e - vils of sin lie a - long by the road-side, Just to 

3. Come and go to the land that the Lord is pre-par - ing For the 



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gates of the ci - ty Where we'll dwell while the a - ges roll, they roll, 
meet up in heav-en Where we'll look on His smil - ing face, His face. 



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Gome Back to Jesus 



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2. Tread no long-er in the paths of doom, Lift your eyes a- bove the sin-ful 

3. He is wait-ing to for - give your sin, He can make you clean and pure with- 

4. There is dan-ger if you still de-lay, Soon this mor-tal life must pass a- 

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gloom, At the cross of Je - SU9 there is room, Come back to Je -sus, 
in, By His grace you can the vic-t'ry win, 
way, Turn your foot-steps in the nar-row way, 

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Scattering Sunshine 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Let us praise God in song now as we march a - long, Cheer-ing the 

3. Think how much good you do, oth - ers get strength from you, 



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2. I'll fol-low the Lord and trust Him al- way, He nev-er will let me fall; 

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We'll Understand It All 

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1.0ft in sor-row I won- der as I trav - el here, not knowing 

2. Some glad morning we'll lay a - side our load of care, glo - ry, 

3. What a morn-ing of glad - ness for the saved by grace, what singing, 

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We'll live in peace for aye, for aye, We shall sing thru the a - ges in that 
When that great trump shall sound,shall sound, We shall rise up to meet Him, see His 




I'll not fear, I'm going To Ca-naan's land to stay, to stay. 

home so fair, in glo-ry, Wonder - ful land of day, of day. 

matchless face, bells ringing, Where all the saints are crowned,are crowned.We'll un-der- 







We'll un - der- stand when we reach home, 

stand it all when we reach home, to - mor-row, 

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1. Sail-ing a-long o'er the mighty deep With Christ our pi - lot true, 

2. Sail-ing with Him o'er the ocean wide, Safe - ly He leads the way; 

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He holds our hands thru the dreary night, Soon we shall reach that shore. 



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Herbert Buff urn in "New Songs Supreme" Thos. J. Farris 

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2. No earth -ly friend can cora-fort nor bear my bur -dens so, And 

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So Keep Pressing Along 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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One of These Days 



To Uncle John King, Mississippi's grand old singer 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2. One of these days this life shall cease, I'll go to my home where all is peace, 

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3. When all wars are o-ver, work on eartu is done, Je - sus will greet us in the 

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air; What a joy -ous meet-ing, peace for- ev- er more, 

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To Stamps-Baxter School of Music, June, 1941, Dallas, Texas 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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3. When from this world I'm de-part-ing, on the fl - nal jour - ney start-ing, 

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2. I know I'm un - wor - thy such won - der - ful love, My debt the dear 

3. Thru val - leys of shad - ows no e - vil I fear, On Je - sus my 



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dark - ness I strayed; But now in the light I have safe - ty and 

Sav - ior has paid; When Je - sus spoke to me and par-doned my 

hope is now staid; The clouds of deep sor-row have turned in - to 

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No. 60 I'm Gonna Ride Away on the Glouds 



T. M. J. 



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2. If you are read-y you will be hap-py, if you neg-lectHim 

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faith-ful ones home, Will you be one to rise and meet Him in the 

you will be sad; Turn from your sin, ac - cept His par-don while you 

fore it's too late, Hold to His hand, He'll keep and guide you all the 

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No. 61 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" ^Eugene Wright 




1. I trav-el on the ra-diant sun-path of love, Where Je-sus is the light; 

2. Sweet flowers bloom a-long this beau-ti - ful way, Mu - sic enchants the soul; 

3. Heav - i - est bur-dens here we're a - ble to bear, If we will trust the Lord; 




I've heard the message sweet from heaven a - bove, Message dis - pel-ling night. 
The dark-est night is turned to lov - li- est day, When Je-sus hascon-trol. 
Temp-ta-tions we de-feat when un-der His care, Resting up -on His word. 



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Jerusalem 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. ho - ly New Je - ru - sa-lem, Thou wondrous ci - ty of our God; 

3. ho - ly New Je - ru - sa-lem, My soul, enraptured, longs to fly; 

4. ho - ly New Je - ru - sa-lem, The place my Lord prepared for me; 



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Your walls are bright with priceless gems, Tour gold paved streets by an-gels trod. 
A - way from scenes of death and woe To your fair halls of life on high. 
Soon I shall join the ran-somed there, And with my Sav - ior dwell in Thee. 



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He's Mine Forevermore 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. I'll scale the moun-tain heights for Him, true ser-vice I will give, 

3. No more the pleas - ures of this world al - lure me from the way, 




For I have found sal - va - tion free be - liev - ing in His name; 
His blest com-mand-ments I will keep while in this world I live; 
The bless-ed com- fort -er is mine, He's in my heart to stay; 

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When All Alone 



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place to call home at end of day? Breathe to Him a pray'r on your 
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thank Him for it all, Thank Him for each gift, great or small, great or small. 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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I Love My Blessed Redeemer 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" Emmett S. Dean 






1. A slave to sin, con-demned to die, I wan-dered in the night, 

2. I know I nev - er can re - pay the debt to Him I owe, 

3. Al - tho 1 make mis-takes, I'll trust and fol - low to the end 

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Jesus Is Living In Me 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Je - sus is con-stant-ly giv - ing 

3. Now I am sweet-ly con - fid - ing, 

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Un - der His pin - ions a - bid - ing, Je - sus is liv - ing in me. 

While I am march-ing to glo - ry, Je - sus is liv - ing in me. 

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Some Morning 



To my wife, Rosa Lee and children, Vanette, Estelle and Ray— C. R. W. 

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2. No more sor-row,pain or strife, 'twill be a hap-py day, 

3. Won't that be a hap - py meet-ing by the riv - er- side, some morning, 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



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Am I Doin& the Best I Gan? 



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J. B. C. in "New Songs Supreme" J. B. Coats 

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3. Sometimes lone-ly, oft I'm sad, part - ed from a friend I've had, But the 




know Thou nev - er leav-est me a- lone; Then thru sor-row, grief or pain, 
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Tune In On Jesus 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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No. 75 



Just for You and Me 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
James Ro we in "New Songs Supreme" L- D. Huff stu tier 




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2. Oft He fol-lowed path-ways drear-y, Just for you and me; Oft - en 

3. Je - sus made a bright to-mor - row, Oft His 

4. Hands and feet and side were riv - en, Life and 

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Go Bring Them In 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. B. C. in "New Songs Supreme" Lonnie B. Combs 

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Lone-ly and sad, Go and preach the word in Jesus' name, Help make them glad. 
How sad their f ate, Broth-er go and bring them by His pow'r Be-fore too late. 






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Kind Words are Heaven's Bouquet 

To the memory of Charley Taylor, Baton Rouge, La. 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. B. C. in "New Songs Supreme" J. B. Coats 

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GoinA Home 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
G. R. K. in "New Songs Supreme" 6. Randolph Keith 




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Look Down on Me 



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Christ Is Galling 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" E.D.Culpepper 




1. Christ is call - ing, for you call - ing, He of - fers life to - day; 

2. You have wan-dered, tal-ents squandered In i - die - ness and sin; 

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Come re-pent - ing, heart con-sent-ing, E - ter - nal life He'll give. 

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No. 82 I Am Standing On the Promise 

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3. Come on, broth -er, let's be go - ing to that land of joy and song, 



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Where so man - y friends are wait - ing on the gold - en strand; 

Soon we'll join our friends now sing - ing with that hap - py throng; 

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Glo - ry, glo - ry hal - le - lu - jah, I am go - ing home. 
In that love - ly land of E - den we shall part no more. 

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2. Lead me on, thru shade and shine, - pen Thou my blind eyes; 

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Jesus Turns Our Sighing Into Sinking 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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1. Since we turned a-way from sin we're walking With the One who makes us free, 

2. All a-round the world now men are dy - ing, Death and dangers ev-'ry-where, 

3. Hear us, ho - ly Pa - ther, hear and guide us, Lead us by Thy might-y hand, 

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Give us cour-age strong and walk be-side us, Freedom grant to ev'ry land, each land; 

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Help us, Lord, to share with them our earnings, Speed the dawning day of peace, 
May we ev - er hum-ble be and lowly. Cleanse us from our sin and shame, 

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Sat - is-fy Thy chil-dren's deep heart yearnings, From the e-vil give release, release. 
Bring the na-tions to Thy mandates ho-ly,Help us glo-ri-fy Thy name, great name. 



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Safe in His Arms 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" J. Porter Thomason 



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1. Safe in His arms, I rest my soul From sin's alarms, In His con - trol; 

2. When I am weak, Burdened with care, His help I seek Thru humble pray'r; 

3. He'll lead me on, Safe thru the night, Till comes the dawn, E - ter-nal light; 






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Strength I re - ceive From Christ above, I be - lieve His ho - ly word. 
This fleet-ing life No longer charms Free from its strife, Safe in His arms. 



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B. I. C. 



Go Tell Them the Story 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "New Songs Supreme" B. I.Cline 






1. Je-sus came from' the fair land of glo - ry, For our ran - som He 

■ 2. Go and tell of the won - der - ful Sav - ior, How He came to re- 

3. Great will be your re -ward up in heav -en, When the bur -dens of 



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deem fall - en men; Thru ac - cept - ing His mar-vel-ous fa - vor, 

earth you lay down, If true ser - vice to Him you have giv - en, 

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G. T. S. in "New Songs Supreme" G.T.Speer 



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1. I love the Lord and praise His name For what He's done for me, 

2. When dark and drear-y days pur-sue And seem to crush my soul, 

3. When all my earth -ly work is o'er And I am called a - bove, 




He saves and sane - ti - fies my soul, That I His face may see. 
I mount up - on the wings of faith And let Him take con-trol. 
I'll bid fare - well to this old world And go to Him I love. 



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Trust His Everlasting Name 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. 
Albert E. Brumley in "New Songs Supreme" 



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2. Let Him protect you as you go a - long, Let Him provide and keep you 

3. Do not neg-lect to trust this precious friend, He is the Sav-ior of a 



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from all wrong; Dai-ly He'll give to you a hap - py song, Trust in 

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He Knows 



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1. He knows the bit-ter, wea-ry way, The end - less striv-ings day by day, 

2. He knows how hard the fight has been, The clouds that come our lives between, 

3. He knows when faint and worn we sink, How deep the pain, how near the brink 

4. He knows, tho't so full of bliss! For tho on earth ou r joys w e miss, 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.R.Baxter, Jr. &E. W. in "New Songs Supreme" Eugene Wright 

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2. His glo - ri-ous love shines down from above, 'Tis flood-ing my be - ing with 

3. Tho rough be the road and heav-y the load, My Sav-ior will nev - er for- 

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B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" J. Porter Thomason 



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Jesus Saved Me and I'm Glad 



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2. Won -der-ful tho't I'm glad in know-ing Je - sua has pardoned me, 

3. Come a - long way-ward friend and join me.turn from the paths of sin, 




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Now I can sing my Sav-ior's prais - es for He has set me free; 
Je - sus is knock-ing at your heart's door,won't you in- vite Him in? 



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The Gospel News 



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Standing By the River 






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2. Mu- sic from the land of end -less glo - ry fall up - on my list 'ning ear, 

3. Shad-ows of the night are swift-ly fall - ing, lo I hear the boatman's oar, 
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Praise to Jesus 



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2. Praise to Je - sus, Prince of Peace, Who con-quers sin and strife; 

3. Praise to Je - sus Christ the King, Come join the an - gels' song; 



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I tell It to Jesus 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" J. Porter Thomason 




1. faith-ful soul, Wea-ry and worn,Bend-ing be-neath Burdens long borne; 

2. Pause not to hear The tempter's call; Heed not His voice, Lest you should fall; 

3. Tho you are weak, Je - sus is strong, So, in His might Con-quer the wrong; 

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Keep press-ing on, Bun for the goal; Best cometh soon, Best for the soul. 
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Bear-ing your load, You will be blest;When work is done, You shall have rest. 



No. 98 



Sin*, Sing 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "New Songs Supreme" Jack Springer & T. S. Williams 




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1. Ban - ish sad-ness, spread true glad-uess As you pass a - long, a -long, 

2. Come re - joic - ing, prais-es voic-ing To the Lord of all, of all, 

3. Tru - ly know Him, all you owe Him, He a - lone can save, can save, 




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God Is Love 



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2. We seek to know Thy guid-ing pow'r, Ac - cept our hum -hie praise, 

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That we may mag - ni - fy Thy name Thru all our earth - ly days. 
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B. B. E. 



Ghapel On the Hill 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2.1 re -view a - gain those hap-py days.When the neighbors all would meet 
3. There we heard the bless-ed word of God, Teaching us to trust His grace; 

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And u - nite in sing-ing glad-some praise, Voic-es ring-ing clear and sweet; 
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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B.B.E. in "New Songs Supreme" B. B. Edmiaston 



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2. I re- call" the old time preach-ing, That our hearts with joy did fill, 

3. Thru the years those hours have blest me, I know they al-ways will, 




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Walking, Running, Flying 

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Allen Ramsey in "New Songs Supreme" B. B. Edmiaston 



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2. Running, swift-ly run-ning we will go, Bear-ing news of heav-en here be - low; 

3. Fly - ing high, like ea-gles we shall be, Ev - er up-ward mounting, glad and free, 



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Nev - er grow-ing wea-ry in the race, Trusting, al-waystrust-ing in His grace, 
Leav-ing earth-ly troubles, we shall fly, Ris-ing, ev-er ris-ing to the sky. 

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Back To Bethel 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. If plea-sures of earth, al - lur -ing you on, are chok-ing the good seed sown, 

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2. My na-tive country thee, Land of the no-ble free, Thy name I love; I love thy 

3. Let music swell the breeze, And ring from ail the trees Sweet freedom's song;Let mortal 

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tongues awake. Let all that breathe partake.Let rocks their silence break, The sound prolong. 
land be bright With freedom's holy light; Protect us by thy might, Great God our King. 

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Sweetly the Music 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. Alfred Barratt in "New Songs Supreme" W. Lee Higgins 






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2. Soft - ly the mu - sic is ring- ing, Ban-ish -ing sor-row and fear, 

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Un - to the lone- ly ones bring-ing Com-fort and cour-age and cheer, 
Strong-holds of Sa - tan con-found-ing, Prov - ing that God can-not fail; 



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Ban - ish - ing sor - row and sad-ness, Tun-ing our voic - es to sing, 




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Par-don, re - demp-tion and heal - ing, If we be-lieve on His name. 
Fill - ing our hearts with new glad-ness, Glo - ry to Je - sus we bring. 



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B. B. Edmiaston in "New Songs Supreme" J. Porter Thomason 




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1. Bear-ingyour cross, Fol-low the Lord; De-ny-ing self, Trust in His word. 

2. Bear-ing your cross, Go bravely on; Hum-ble and true, Till work is done. 

3. Bear-ingyour cross, Sorrows will drown;Bearing your cross Will gain the crown. 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Sidney Braden in "New Songs Supreme" J. R. Baxter. Jr. 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "New Songs Supreme" Stephen C. Foster 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. . j» 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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Govered by the Blood 



To the China Grove High School Beta Club.— C. W. 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

W. A. McKinney in "New Songs Supreme" Clyde Williams 




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1. Cov-ered by the blood of the One who died, I have peace and joy with 

2. I'm an heir of God thru the blood of Christ, Sa - tan can - not harm my 

3. I am now se - cure, praise His ho - ly name, And my name is writ -ten 





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Pve Found It 



Copyright, 1943, Dy Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. In the path to glo - ry - land dear Lord, I'll fol - low Thee, 

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Keep Praising His Name 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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3. In heav - en He '3 in - ter-ced-ing now, be-fore Him in meek-ness let us 




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Some of these Days 



L. 6. P. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "New Songs Supreme" Luther G. Presley 




1. Some of these days when toil is end - ed and the re-deemed go marching 

2. Some of these days when saints have ris- en, break-ing the last of mor-tal 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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1. When I saw that I was lost in dark-ness I be - gan to pray, 

2. I was bend-ing 'neath a heav - y bur - den, could not see the light, 

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Look Away 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2. My jour-ney here will soon be o - ver, I'll find a place of per -feet 

3. We know not why we're left to tar - ry In this old sin - ful world be- 

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If You Are Free 



J. B. C. 



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2. Each mo-ment old Sa-tan is try-ing to rule, He wants you to 

3. There's freedom of spir-it for each ransomed soul, With nev-er a 



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long - er de - lay, Look up - ward to Je - sus, He'll save you to - day. 
come go with me, To bright-en the path-way just sing and be free. 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2. 1 am so hap-py to tell of His love, That oth-er lost souls be set 
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SPIRITUAL 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

Mrs. Lucy Phillips Sims in "New Songs Supreme" W.Allan Sims 




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2. What a joy in go - ing on this jour - ney with my dear friend di- 

3. Won - der - ful it is to feel His pres-ence, His spir - it dwell with- 

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No. 123 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Soldier's Dream of Home 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs.C.C Y. in "New Songs Supreme" Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough 




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dark - est night For the boys who are some where yon - der And are 

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When the Lord Gomes 



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SPIRITUAL 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "New Songs Supreme" Eugene Wright 




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2. There will be a lot of shouting, (shouting,) and a lot of sing-ing 

3. Then the saints shall all go rid - ing,(rid-ing,) to that re-gion bright and 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



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in "New Songs Supreme" 




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2. Faith may in-her - it the song of the Spir - it By tak-ingfirm hold of God's 

3. An - gels in glo - ry are tell-ing the sto - ry That joy-ful-ly here we would 

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gain from our loss - es, From weakness we swift-Iy grow strong, so strong, 
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No. 128 The Li^ht of the Gross Leads Out 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "New Songs Supreme" 

Sug.by Rev- J. M. James J.E.Roane 






1. the light of the cross leads out o - ver the way 

2. Let us fol - low the light from the rug-ged old cross In - to ser-vice that 

3. Tho the light of the cross leads us o'er storm-y seas 

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I'm Gonna Shine 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. C C. Y. in "New Songs Supreme" Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough 




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There Is a Name 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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And praise my King, with them all I'd bless 

The glo-ries of my Lord and King, I'd use them all to bless 




'Tis sweet and dear in heart, on tongue, 

The sweet - est, dear - est name on mor - tal tongue, 

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'Tis joy to all who His name con-fess, 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Margaret Nickerson Martin in "New Songs Supreme" Gustav F. Strehlow 






1. I was the thief who hung on the cross; I saw what they did to Him; 

2. Ma-ry I saw as she mourned her son And Ma-ry the Mag-da - lene; 

3. He spoke to me and my ter-ror ceased, My soul at last was free; 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
A.E. B. iii "Mew SdiigjS Supreme" Albert E. Bnimley 




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2. Man - y fleet-ing years have van-ished since I saw hefj And her 

3. I can see her kneel-ing by that lit - tie win - dow, Where we 

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Teach Me How to Pray 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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INDEX 



All to Thee I Bring _ 67 

Am I Doing the Best I Can? 72 

As I Sto^"W"^~Si<ie n o£"Her"Bed 31 
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Back To Bethel 106 

Bearing Your Cross 109 

Brighten Somebody's Day 42 

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Chapel On the Hill „ 102 

Christ Is Calling 81 

Christ Is my Shepherd _ 99 

Come Back to Jesus 49 

Covered by the Blood 114 

D 
Don't You Let Nobody Turn 33 

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Fighting For the U. S. A 43 

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Get a Little Heaven in Your Soul.... 23 

Get Down On Your Knees 11 

Go Bring Them In 76 

Go Tell Them the Story 86 

God Is Love 100 

God Will Roll the Waters Back 123 

Going Home (Keith) 78 

Going Home (Thomas) 10 

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Have I Done the Best I Can? 26 

He Knows 89 

He Prepares a Place 37 

He Put a Love-Wave in my Soul....l35 

He Shows the Way 17 

He's Mine Forevermore 64 

Hear Me When I Pray 104 

Heaven Cannot be Far Away . 58 

His Love Means so Much to Me 112 

His Promises _ 32 

Homesick for Heaven 25 

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I Am Coming Home _ 13 

I am Happy to Serve Him 121 

I Am Standing On the Promises 82 

I am Truly Happy 122 

I Can Tell Somebody Has Prayed.. 59 

I Can't Picture Heaven Without 124 

I Know I'm Homeward Bound 46 

I Love My Blessed Redeemer: 68 

I Love the Lord 87 

I Shall Meet my Savior Face to 36 

I Tell It to Jesus 96 

I Want to Love Him as I Should.... 54 

I Will Never Forget My Dad 6 

If we Will Set our Hearts in Tune..ll0 

If You Are Free 120 

I'll be Moving to a Beautiful City.. 30 
I'm Gonna Ride Away on the Clouds 60 

I'm Gonna Shine 129 

I'm Moving Along the Glory-Land.... 90 

I'm Trusting the Savior 51 

In That Glad Land 22 

In that Morning, my Lord 47 

I've Found It 115 

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Jerusalem 62 

Jesus Is Living In Me 69 

Jesus Loves Me _ 7 

Jesus Saved Me and I'm Glad 92 

Jesus Turns Our Sighing Into 84 

Just Carry Your Burdens to Him.... 5 

Just for You and Me 75 

Just the Old Time Religion J.37 

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Keep in Harmony with God 1 

Keep Praising His Name 116 

Kind Words are Heaven's Bouquet.. 77 



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Love Will Remain 

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O Look Away 119 

O Lord, I'm Depending On You 63 

Old Folks at Home Ill 

On the Glory Line 1-A 

One of These Days _... 56 

Out of Ev'ry Disappointment Comes 73 

Over in Glory Land 39 

Over the Mighty Deep 53 



Praise to Jesus 



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Lead Me On 
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Religion _ „ 80 

Rest for the Weary „ 97 

Roll On 91 

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Safe in His Arms _ „.. 85 

Scattering Sunshine „ 50 

Sing, Sing 98 

Sing of Gladness and Cheer 15 

Singing Love's Song 127 

So Keep Pressing Along 55 

Soldier's Dream of Home 125 

Some Morning 70 

Some of these Days 117 

Standing By the River 94 

Sweetly the Music 108 

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Take All Your Troubles to the 138 

Take the Sky-Way 28 

Teach Me How to Pray 133 

Tell the Story Again _... 41 

The Christ Arose 44 

The Cross On the Hill _ 2 

The Final Exhortation 12 

The Gospel News _ 93 

The Light of the Cross Leads Out....l28 

The Lord Is There 45 

The Name That Makes Men Free.... 8 

The Old Home Church .103 

The Sky Will Clear 136 

The Thief on the Cross 131 

The Voice From the Old Cabin 132 

There Is a Name 130 

There Is Not a Doubt About It 118 

There'll Be No Draft Boards 57 

There's a Light in the Valley 29 

There's Sunlight Deep Down In 19 

'Tis Homing Time 24 

Trust His Everlasting Name 88 

Tune In On Jesus _ „ 74 

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Victory is Surely Coming _ 48 

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Walking, Running, Flying 105 

We Can Wear a Smile _ 18 

We Praise Thee _ 101 

We Shall Meet _ 16 

We Will Not Be Lonesome In .113 

We'll Rest At the End of the Trail.. 20 

We'll Understand It All 52 

What a Glad Song is Mine 34 

When All Alone 65 

When the Bells Ring Out for Me...J.34 

When the Boys Come Marching 40 

When the Lord Comes 126 

When the Pearly Gates Shall Open„ 4 
When the Storm Clouds Roll Away 14 

When We Gather Home ..._ 21 

Where the Thornless Roses Bloom.. 71 

Why Did He Die? 35 

Why Live Here In Sorrow? 9 

Will You Accept Or Reject Him?.... 38 
Wonderful Way of Love - 61 

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You Will Need Jesus Then 3 




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